Flight Simulation Answers Whether Commercial Planes Can Fly Upside Down
You must have seen it done in numerous movies: the protagonist pilot is up against an impossible obstacle, so they fly the plane upside down, actually maintaining flight for some minutes and overcoming the mentioned threats with ease. However, have you ever thought about whether this is actually realistic or not?
In this video, the flight simulation expert Swiss001 tries to show whether this can be done with a normal plane, of course, not with a fighter jet which obviously has a system and engine design for that. He briefly explains the physical and theoretical part of what gives an aircraft the ability to fly upside down.
In addition to widening your knowledge on aviation, you'll be seeing some plane getting destroyed; which kind of makes for an entertaining watch. Interested in seeing more flight simulations? From a huge airplane taking on the world's shortest runway to explaining why pilots hate Georgetown Airport, YouTuber Swiss001 has a wide catalog of them, so make sure you check them out too.
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